OK I'm beginning to get the hang of this web editing lark, writes stand-in Flightglobal editor Mark Pilling.
At least in the sense that I feel what it is Mike Targett, your favourite aviation web editor, feels when nothing is quite happening fast enough, nothing is quite working properly, your team is busting a gut to get a move on but being weighed down by the weight of "stuff" that simply needs doing all the time on Flightglobal. It's like swimming through mud.
Phew I've got that off my chest.
So what has been happening?
Well a lot has been around planning for how we will present our coverage of the ALTA Latin Airline Leaders Forum (next week) and then NBAA (the week after). That means preparing web landing pages to host all of our terrific stories, videos, blogs, Twitter feeds etc from these events.
Around that we've got journalists at the annual meeting of the Arab carriers, the introduction of Egyptair to the Star Alliance (those entail trips to Jeddah and Cairo for lucky Graham Dunn of Airline Business fame) and the European Regions Airline Association (Interlaken I recall).
A great news story today on Flightglobal was Max Kingsley-Jones hauling a nugget from his recent interview with Emirates airline chief Tim Clark on the carrier's thoughts on the 747-8 (no thanks says Tim) and an enhanced 777 (yes please says Tim).
One day to go - come back Mike all is forgiven!